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Columbus g ontttat
WHMnSDAT. AUGUST . 1
Up to tfcio ats.
is paid or
bar 13 to 21.
Masical Festival, Omaha, Aagaet 21
Nefcaaka State Fair, UbooIb, Aegast
to September 5.
Oaatnl Nebraska Assembly, Feller
toe, Aagaet 12 to 22.
Oraad Amy eauampaaeat, Weahiag
toe, D.O, October 6-11.
Beoae Goaaty'a 19tfc aaaaal Fair, Al
ioa, Nebr., Sept 24 to .
Elka Big Fairaad Great JaboarCir
eaa, Sioux City, la. Sept. 22 to 27.
KKtUCAl STATE TICKET.
JOHN H. MICKEY.
For Lieuteaaat Governor,
E. G. MoGILTON.
For Secretary of State,
For Sapt. of Instruction,
WILLIAM K. FOWLER.
For Attorsey General,
F. N. PROUT.
For Oommaaaonor Public Lands,
GEORGE D. FOLLMER.
i Third District,
john J. McCarthy.
Tn sasstioa, after all; ia, What
aoeiety iaally going to do to protect
itsslf srsinst satih atonstars as Bartholin
aad Holmes before they have had a
chance to commit their hideoas crimes?
Afterward it ia a comparatively easy
matter. later Ocean.
GaoBOK M. HoFzrm, 60 years of age,
of Mew York City, died at Cheshire,
Aug. 17th. Death rssaltod from
towing. Mr. Hopkiaswsss
bar of the staff of the Smsejamc
and a well-knowa" wnteVoB
itile eabjects. " va -
Tub little island of Toriahima, one of
a JspsaMB group, was oret whelmed by a
volcanic eruption between AugaatlSaad
15, and all the inhabitsats, numbering
ISO persons, were undoubtedly killed.
The eruption ia still proceeding. Toriah
ima is one of the chain of islsads extead
iag between the Bonin islsads sad
Hondo, the largest ielaad of Japan.
At London on the 19th inst. Signer
Marconi made the statement that he was
aatisfied with his recent experiment in
wireless telegraphy on board the Italian
flagship Carlo Alberta, by which mes
sages were received st(?speSkageu from
Poldhu, Cornwall, and aigaala at Cron
atsdt from the aame place, distaaoes,
respectively, of 860 aad 1,400 miles. Hs
says these experiments prove that trans
Atlantic wireless telegraphy will be suc
cessful in the future. He intends to
sn important experiment
Taaomoisl organ of the press exhibi
tion, which was opened at Copenhagen
oa Jans 14, priats a letter from Thomas
A. Edison, in reply to qaeries as to his
optaioaa concerning motor, traction and
aerial navigation. He aaya: "I believe
that within thirty years Beady all rail
waya will dieeard steam kwomotivea sad
adopt electric motors, aad that the elec
tric aatemobilss will displaes the bene
almost entirely. Ia the present state of
aciaace there are bo kaowa facta by
which one eeald predict aay commercial
fatare tar asrisl aavigatioB.''
MIaava stood by the bedside of haa-
at Tswaka rsesatly, "and I have
jat tosss adyiag psrsoa ahed a tear,
lis matter what the grist of the byataad
asamay he, the stricken person will show
of overpoweriag emotion. I
am a circle of sgoaiaed childroa
adyiag mother a mother who
health woald have been touched to
laajek ay aigas of grief ia a child
the act of dsmelutioa.
It is wsU knows
i? Lata at
m world vrifl he ths
it ia said of him, he
assembly, Seward, 8ft
the aad appraaehm, And nature seams
to havs srraagsd it ao that msatal pesos
ahaM akm attend oar last lingering mo-
W. H.TamwJaoaT,tha deaioetatic aom
iaas far geveraor. made aa address last
weak hslsre the League assembly beiag
held at Fallartoa. His subject was
Qaod rUwanahip w While hia address
BBBiiii laaa than twenty minutes ha
wsat hank to Waasiagteas time, thea
asaatssasi Moaros, Tsffnaaa. Jaekaoa
havesaded km rsmarhs with a hatter
ssaa than Hsssst Old Aha, yet maay
whs hstsasd to hie short mi ich wea
sVaai why, kaswiag oar late lamented
ami Bsavtrred MeKialajr tohasa bean a
uni aai liaa Mithf T-" " t haTi
had a taw warns, ia it Bnaaihh that
wnTBwam Sawawt aawMam am swaawftafsaawsVawsm wMP flOQQ Cttt"
aa ia ast worthy of assatioa aatil he
BUST TIMES IN SIGHT.
With prospective crops of 2,561,490,
000 bushels of corn and 616,611,000
bushels of wheat, according to govern
ment official estimates,: the farmers are
evidently going to have money to go
shopping with next winter.-Boston Globe.
Won frost Wawaiagtoa under date of
Aafast 14, aaya that tks seoretary of the
iatarior has granted to the depert
assat of agriealtare the privilege
of sataMrfKi"TT narseries and plant
jag oa the two forest reserves re
osstly established by President Ronse
rsltia the send hill region of Nebraska.
Sarveya arenow being made of both
rsssrvss, sad narsery sitea will be chosen
aad pat ia readiness for planting by the
aad of saauasr. Toe most active work
will be oa the Dismal river reserve,
where sll preparatkma for narsery plant
ing will be completed by September,
aad dariag the fall a Urge collectioB of
forest tree sssds will be made. The
priaeiaal speoies used at firat will be
Jack alas, weatera yellow pine, white
ir aad Colorado blae spruce. The Ne
braska ibmihm ware the first of this
load, aad these are ao well thoaght of
that active atbrta are now being made
aad California to have similar
aa established. Aline. of
Uy taken up by the bureaa of for
estry, aad for the first time recmviBg
adeaaato atteation ia the United Stetes,
is the atadyof the tendency of natural
forests to extead over the land devoid of
forest growth. Thia toBdenoy has been
noticed ia many parts of the coantry,
but has never been stadied with a view
of oootrollisg it for practical use, or as
sisting it where desirable.
HomsTLT, and with all fairness, my
ooantrymoa.doat yoa think this fashion
of briagiag religion into politics is a bad
one and has been carried far eaoagh? I
da What difference does it make that
Mickey ia a Methodist, that McCarthy is
a Catholic, that Robinson ia a straight
Presbyterisa or that Thompson's abort
form has waded in where the water was
deepest to andergo immersion, provided
he has? All are American citizens.
There ia nothing in the creed of any of
them to prevent them falfllling the duties
of the omees to which they are nomi
nated in case they are elected. What
doss it matter whether a man be Catho
lic or Protestant as long ss he is s loyal
sad patriotic Americaa citizen. All
worship the same God. All accept the
aame Christ, all aspire to the same future.
Ia mannr- of worship, ia fores, in oharch
discipline they differ bat what of that?
It is time for the opposition to Mr. Mc
Carthy, bscaase be is a Catholic to cease.
The opposition who sre openly or quietly
aaiag it against him shoald subside in
thsinterestof justice. If they can find
bo better reason for opposing him then
shoald they be ashamed to oppose him
at all. Let charch and state remain
separate. Stsntoa Picket
Tax strike between the machiaists and
boiler maknia and the Union Pacific
asms to be as far from settle-
taa it waa weeks ago. The workmen
claim that the engines are in very bad
condition, while theomeialaof the road
declare that every thiag ia all right
Moaday morning the omciala experienced
a new troable in the employee of the car
shops, 185 ia all, going out on a strike.
Thia token oat the coach builders, car
penters, painters, tinners and car re
pairera. Union Pacific strike circles in
Omaha Moaday were much excited over
reports from North Platte to the effect
that the company, throagh General Man
ager Dickinson, had asked the Governor
to aead troops to that city, to protect
company property sad employes. The
owkaala of the road deaied the charge
that any of the company had requested
the aovernor'a assistanoe, but that he
went there of hia own volition to investi
gate conditions for himself. It is hoped
that the whole matter will soon be set
tled satisfactorily to all concerned.
A Great Cfeweatiea.
The 1902 convention of the Disciples
of Christ will be held in Omaha, Nebr.,
October 15-23. A rate of one fare for the
round trip has been made from all parte
of the eouatry, aad it ia confidently ex
pected that apwarde of 30,000 visitors
will attend. The citizens of Omaha are
makiar extensive preparatione for the
eatertaiament of delegates and visitors.
The aaaaoaa of the convention will be
held ia the Coliseum, which will
with comfort 12,000 people.
The growth of the Disciples of Christ
aa a charch organization ia one of the
of the religions world. Ite per-
tags of growth exceeds that of any
protestaat denomination, and the church
bow aumbsra apwarde of 1,900,000 com-
maaioaata in the United States.
The late presideat, Jamee A. Garfield,
waa a auamtorof the Disciples church.
Before his slsctioa to the prcajdancy Mr.
Garfield waa asked to state cobcbn
doctriaal position of the charch to which
he belonged. Hs complied with the
rsqaeet aad formalatod the followiag
L We call oaraalvas Chriatians or
2. We believe ia God the Father.
the aon of the Uviag God and oar Savior.
We regard the divinity of Christ as the
truth of the
4. We Believe to was Holy Spirit both
aa toHmageacytoeoavanioB aadaaa
dweller is the heart of the Christian.
&. Wis aseept both the Old sad the
the inasirsd word
7. We believe that Baity ma prayer
hearing aad a prayer snswsriag God.
a Weobaarva the instUattea af the
fjBnfr8aaearoa every Lords Day. Tie
this teals am neither invito nor debar;
wa aay it ia tas Lords Supper for all the
Lort a children.
SL Waplsed forth union of all God's
people oa the Bible aad the Bvhie ajoaa.
ML The Lords Ward ia oar
U. Wo milatiia that aU ths ordi-
The rnral telephone aortbesst of
town is completed itnd ia fine working
order. There are now twenty iastru
msnts in use by the following psrties:
Joseph Mark. John Mark, E. C. Morrow,
F. Laun, J. Laun, J. P. Stones, sr., J. F.
8iemet, jr., P. Lutjsns, H. Wetgen, A.
Wetgen, H. Fil je, C. W. Freeman Luth
eran minister, Oldenbusch, Dr. Bent
hack, Dr. Pngh, C. J. Carrig, E. C. Van
Alien, Platte County Bank and K. A.
Kebos. These psrties are all farmers
between Oldenbusch and Platte Center,
except the last six named, who are busi
ness men in Platte Center. Mr. Law
rence, the manager, telle us that asveral
more instramenta will be added in the
aame territory as soon as they can be
procured. He aaya the line will in a
short, time , be, extended to Creaton. aad
later rrom nere to uoiumous. nsne
John Groteluschen, one of the old
settlers of Plstte county, died at hia
home on 8hell creek last Wednesdsy.his
silment being Bright's disease of the
kidneys, sfter one yeara illness. Mr.
Groteluschen waa born April 29, 1831, in
Oldenburg, Germany, and came directly
from there in 1866, to his farm in tins
county whioh he took aa a homestead
and on which he lived to the time of hie
death. Mr. Grotoloeeben leaves a wife,
four eons and aix daaghtors to mourn
the loaa of a faithful hasband and kind
father. The sons are: Louis, Adolph,
Emil and Otto; the daughters, Mrs. Ida
Otto. Mrs. Lena Loaake, Mrs. Lixzie
Loecikn. and Misses Ross, Bertha and
Minnie. All live in thia ooanty with the
exception of Louis who resides in Audu
bon, Iowa. There are also seventeen
grandchildren who will remember their
grandparent with reverence. Funeral
services were held at the German Luth
eran church Friday at 12 o'clock, Rev.
Friese conducting the service. The
funeral waa largely attended, over two
haadred earriagea, filled with Borrowing
friends aad aoquaiataaess of the deceas
ed, following the remaiaa to their last
Sender's game of ball at the park
Norfolk vs. Colambaa drew a large
crowd but they were mostly disappoint
ed aa the team from Norfolk made too
many rune to have the aoore look even
interesting. The idea of going to an ex
hibition of the national aport on an af
ternoon like Sunday waa, when the ana
waa beating down at the rate of 115 de
grees, then seeing your home boys de
feated by a aoore of 17 to 2 we think ia
asking too much of a common mortal.
The feature of the game was Lohr's
home run and two three-baggers by
Kennedy. The game on Monday by the
aame players drew a good crowd to the
park and all who went were much sur
prised in oeeing a nice game barring
errors. It was a pitchers' battle through
oat between Duffer and Bscklin, with
odda in favor of Columbus, aa the score
should have been 2 to 1 in favor of the
home team, but owing to three errors
made when there were two men out
Norfolk stole four runa making the score
5 to 2 at the end in favor of the latter.
The featarea of the game were Lohr's
heavy hitting and three one-band catches
by Norfolk's second and third basemen.
Batteries, Norfolk Bscklin and Wil
kin; Columbus Duffer and Judevine.
Under the headline "A Fine Con
cert," the Grand Island Daily Press has
the following to aay in regard to the
concert given there one night last week
by the Columbus High school orchestra:
The concert given at the Liederkraaz
hall last night waa one of the finest of
its kind ever given in the city. The at
tendance waa very good considering ths
time that it waa advertised and all who
went were surprised in n most gratifying
manner with the entertainment put up.
Had it been known that the group was
oomposed of each talent aa it ia we doubt
if the house would have held the crowd.
The violin solo by Miae Hedwig Jaeggi
waa a splendid display of talent while
either of the three renditiona Overture
Gems from the South, Nearer My God
to Thee or Forge in the Forest, were
well worth the price of admission. The
cello production by Mies Bertha Staaffer
waa vary fine aad waa deserving of the
encore which she received. Most people
had aa idea that the troupe waa made
up of ordinary high school timber but
after witnessing their concert last night
are free in pronouncing it one of the
best ever gives at this place. The re
porter has beeaiaformed that ths Pro
fessor will play a retarn data here ia the
aear fatare and if he does we predict
the hones wmaot hold the people."
Fremoat people evidently are maeh
relative to the Colambaa
al power prospects. The Tribaae
prints a half aolnma article ia regard to
it aad admito that wa have one advaa
toge over Framaat ia the Bagntiatina, in
that a ditch has beaa dag aad water ia
actaally raaaiag through it at the pre
eat time. Mr. Babeosk ie still in New
York in the isterest of the eompssy bat
farther than theaotaiag has developed
for publieatioa. We quote ia part the
item from the Fremoat Tribaae: A
ramor has reached thai city withia the
past thirty-six hears whioh, if it proves
trae, will have a dkeet aad importoat
m ths Framaat power eaaal
ft ia aothiagless thaa that the
to guanas the entor-
teath tiierew to Urn report ia ysttobs
ayaafrHMBl railmai nSJaSrtfhat
through. Aa attorney of David
City who has
I ttSaTRXl jpodifat.
EdnaGetta ia visiting frieade at
Mary Stargeoa ia viaitiag aVGarrieoa
Mies Grace Spear of Norfolk m viaitiag I
friends here. 4
George Reader of Council Blaffa waa
ia the city Monday.
Mra. George WUlard of St Edward ia
viaitiag frieade bare.
Miss Julia Hslgreu of 8t Edward was
fn the city Saturday.
Attorney Cornelias made n business
trip to Osceola Monday.
Miss Helen Jerome has returned from
a mootiVs visit to Lindsay.
Miss Annn Burns returned Friday
from a week's visit in Sewsrd.
Mra. H. Ragats apent two daya last
week st the Fallerlo.i assembly.
Miss Clench of Norfolk raited at the
home of Oscar Burns last week.
Lucy Moras wsnt Friday to Excelsior
Springs, Kanaae, to visit relatives.
Mrs. U. a Mace and daughter, Greta,
are visiting friends in Genoa thia week.
W. H. Lewis srrived home thia Tass
day morning from hia trip to Minhigaa.
Mra. W. 8. Jay returned Friday from a
four weeks' visit in Aaron aad Liacola.
Ben Steinbaugh ia here from Council
Bluffs for a few daya with hia old frieade,
Mm. J. C. Tiffany left last week for
Homer, Michigan, for a viait of asveral
Mrs. Nelia McKelvey and daaghter,
Marguerite, were at Fallertonafewdaya
Mra. Ferd Hennig visited her daughter,
Mm. Albert Teaaendorf of Platte Center,
Mrs. Eater and daughter Katie of
Schuyler apent a few daya in the city
Dr. J. Rex Bell of David City apent
Sunday here with Messrs. Rolls and
Rev. Corley of Fairfield, Iowa, paased
through the city last Tuesday on hia way
Miaone Minnie and Anna Becker went
to Follerton Thursday to viait with the
Rev. Becker returned last Tuesday
from a vacation trip apent in Iowa aad
Mm. Charles Pollock went to David
City Monday to viait with Mrs. W. H.
Rev. Neumarker went to Dodge county
Saturday where be attended
Louie Raney ia up from business col
lege in Lincoln for a aeveral weeks1
vacation at home.
Mr. and Mrs. L Janing of Osceola re
tamed home Sanday after a viait to the
W. a Hellbuech and family of Win
field, Kansas, arrived hare Thursday on
a visit to relatives.
Miss Mollie Ramabarg of Clarks apent
a few daya last week with her cousin,
Mm. Garrett Hulst
Miss Helen Hagel apent aeveral weeks
in Norfolk, the guest of Mrs. a W. Jens,
Miss Ella Raamaesen returned home
Monday evening from St Edward where
she has been visiting.
Mies Pearl Freeman was down from
Platte Center Saturday to take the
Miss Ethel Henrich went to Council
Bluffs Thursday where ahe will ependa
few daya with her aunt
Rev. Luce apent a part of last week in
Fullerton and ia there again thia week,
attending the assembly.
Mr. and Mra. P. F. Miller went to
Fullerton Fridsy to visit their daaghter
and attend the assembly.
Mra. R. Jenkinson returned Saturday
from David City where ahe visited her
sister, Mra. Wintorbotham.
Mrs. J. G Echols, Louise and Frankie
visited the Yost family ia Schuyler, re
turning home Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hudson went to
Silver Creek this morning where they
visit their aon Horace and family.
Prof. D. Roes Cuaningham left Thurs
day for his home in Wayne, where be
will spend n three weeks' vacation.
Mrs. A. R. Meiklejohn and children, of
Omaha, came up Monday aad will viait
frienda here for a oouple of weeks.
Mr. and Mm. Gerteeh and daaghter,
Mies Martha, of the O'Kay neighborhood
were visitors of the von Bergea's Friday.
Mies Edaa Beardeley returned home
last week from Fremont where ahe had
been atudying thia summer at the
Rev. Yost of Sehayler waa ia town
Thursday aad Saturday apeadiag the
intervening time at the FnUartoa
Mrs. Rev. Millard sad daaghter, Mies
Hacel, of Graad lalaad stopped over a
few boara last week on their way to
Mra. Roy Rhone, sister of Mra. Frank
FarrancLand Mra. Saladafar of Keener
were in the city Friday oa their way to
Mm. J. 8, Freeman returned
Moaday from Miehigaa when al
called by the illness of bar daaghter
asveral weeks ago.
Mimse Lida aad Beaa Turner wsat to
Cedar Rapids Wedaesdsy where they
will visits few dsya sad later attead the
from Pes Moiaes, Iowa, whore aha
an a studeat at the Drake Uai-
ity for aeveral wssks.
Mra. Arnold Oahlrieh aad
Olga, Mam Lilhe Ragatz aad E.
bmji wept to Fallartoa Moaday to spend
S tew days at tha assembly.
Mm. fX D, Jaakjne and
Gladys of Norfolk, wars ham
tniae Wednesday a route to
asm Osatral City, Colorado, where they
vMtratotivsa for tea days.
Mies Ten Kram
a viait to Sioux City
Arthar Hale retaraed
an far as
Sioux City with to
tarat ware sold at eaeruTe eatotok week.
Mr. Goald laalisaos broagat 296,
lbs 500 sars farm oa the kill tU0a
both farm aad Bellwood reai-
We lean that Mr. YaaJkie to
tenda to make BeUweed am home ia the
aear fatare. . . -Miss Anna Jacobs visited
nt Oolambos lart week with Mies Norn
Segclke sad this weak Mies Segelke
visited with Mies Anna at the Jacobs
The Tuaiaoa atlas we are offering
Jocbjuxj eabssribsrs is largsr thau aay
othf r atlas yst pabUahed. It shows sacht
hfmiephsra sixty iuches in circum
fsreaca, the two combined forming map
of the world four feet by two ar.d n
quarter feet These are only tw o out of
many maps in the large volume. We
will give any of our subscribers an oppor
tunity to' own one of these books. By
psying up your Bubeeriptiou to date and
$3.40 you msy have the book ntid one
year's subscription in sdvauee to Tas
JotJBKAit. New subscribers may have
the two for $3.40.
P. J. Hart and Joseph Ryan, two
prominent basin oas men from Columbus,
wen ia the city Tuesday renewing
acqaaiataaces. They made the trip by
team aad reported crops excellent all
along the way . . . .The twenty-fifth anni
versary of the organization of St An
thoay'a charch of Burrows, Platte
county, will be oalebratod with due sol
emnity on August 19, 20 and 21. The
priaeipal solemnities will take place
Wednesday, August 30. Solemn high
mam will be at 10 a. m. The sermon
will be delivered by Rev. . Ben jsmin
Sohuetz of Chicago, a former pastor of
the congregation. After mass dinner
will be given by the ladiea of the congre
gation; various amnaemente will be the
featun of the afternoon, during which
alao refreshments will be served, includ
ing ice cream and cake. There will be
fireworks in the evening. All sre cor
dially invited. Humphrey Leader.
Hat Weather Btwliaf .
Ten pin score of 200 and bettor at
Hagel'a alleya week ending August 16:
8am Gaas 212; A. Drake 201, 204, 200;
Jap Nichols 227; Harry Gnvea 201, 205;
W. H. Benham 200; GuaPlath 201; D. A.
Hopkins, Iowa, 207, 237, 201; W. J. Gre
gorian 231. 203; Tom Scott 213; Ed.
Kavanaugh 244; John Coraila 204; W. A.
Way 237; Wm. MoEver 203; George
Hagel 216, 207, 216, 202, 210, 201. All
over 225 pins received one dollar's worth
of cigara aa a prize.
Low Bate for Bound Trip August 21
vut ounniyioH xumie.
For the annaal log-rolling and picnic
of the Modern Woodmen of America to
be held August 21 at Seward, Nebr., the
Burlington Route has made the low reto
of oae and one-third fare for the round
trip from nearly all pointe in Nebraska.
For additional information about
rates, tickets, train aervioe, eta, apply
to the nearest Burlington Route agent
or write to
2t Gent Passenger Agent Omaha.
Law lates Brary Bay.
Every day during the months of Sep
tember and October, 1902, the Union
Pacific will sell one-way settlers tickets
at the following ntes:
MISSOURI RIVER TO
Ogdenand Salt Lake. $20.00
Butte and Helena 20.00
Portland and Ashland 25.00
Taootnaand Seattle 25.00
8an Francisco 25.00
Los Angeles and San Diego. 25.00
Correspondingly Low Rates from in
For fall information call on your near
est agent or addreaa
3 W. H. Bbnham, Agent
sUeakaa1 aad Yitiaity.
John MoGann, Martin and John
Sbeedy paased through here Sunday en
route to Schuyler.
Mra. Rev. Anderson and daughters
Pansy and Fay returned last week from
Aaron, where they visited relatives one
Bart 8tovenson haa been chosen as a
delegate to the assembly at Fullerton.
Rev. Anderson sod Mr. 8tavenson expect
to attend two daya.
The aaaaal picnic and roll call of the
Richland M. E. church will tsks place
Wednesday, Aag. 20, st MoPnerson'i
lake aoath of town.
Mr. and Mra. Tom Boyd of Columbus
visited frienda here recently, also Mr. snd
Mra. Carl Retake and daaghter, Mrs.
Bradshaw, apent a few daya in our com
Freak Ebarhart, who haa been attend
tag urate college, naa bean eagaged to
teach the Riohlaad aohool at $45 per
moath. Miss Minnie Wertx of Schuyler
alao agaia teaches ia district No. 23
aorta of town.
Hoskeaberger k Chambers.
real estate agnate, report the following
real estate trsasf era filed in the omos of
the eoaaty clerk ainoe our last report
Nancy Hulst to U LaBgeneg
gar, at lota 5, 6, bl 9fi.Golum-
bea,wd $1840 00
it T uaaora tocu wordea,
lot 6Jil 2, Becher Place add.
Mary H WOliama et al to D
Harms, n2 aa 6-18-2w, wd . . . .
FA MataoatoBaakof Monroe,
a2 aw, aw aa 33-18-2w, wd. . .
J M Diaeen to H 8 EUioU, lot
l,bl 10, Becher Plsseadd,,,
Mary A Klabba to H 8 Elliott
iota i, a, u o, nooiaaoaa 2M
add to Humphrey, wd 1500 00
8 J Gibson to T Marteasoa, pt
swnw5-194w,wd 6000 00
Be Sat Sifata im Casaraaa.
The alghts are cool without dsmpaeaa
lawa. The air ia pure without
aadaa moist are. There ia bo excessive
There are Bocontin
rahafaUa, bat rather
which paaa away qaickly,
skies behind them. The
an invariably cool, iavit-
and iaaeiaf rest
rsry low rates,
Cor pamphlets, Tha
Salt Lake aad tap TcL
ia detail the
heat ia summer, t
bstM 80 degress.
Te People's Normal School
A 512.00 ATLAS WITH TIE JOURNAL !
Rlhocf lA d rVC f mwJern nmke showing course of steamers from point to point
iXlwIlCToL iYld.JO and distances, teaching the young as no book can by showing
course of early explorers and date of voyage; presenting all lauds and the attributes thereof.
P- -11 Q4-rj4-0-4-o 8howiug tne rang an1 numbers of the religions of the world,
1 LI 11 OLdLloLlwO the amount and character of products yielded by land and
Biblical Map of Holy Land.
History of every race and nation, all fresh and of modern thought.
Population of every country, city and town, omitting not the most insignificant postotfice in the
United States. A census that just cost the United States millions of dollars.
t&-Every instructor should have one, every business man, farmer, min
ister, statistician, professional man, statesman, orator.
II I I nwwaM
KODAK IS A
$1.00 to $25,
El. J. IIEWOHEI,
8lga T the Bis Watch.
fallewiaa; prepesed ameaaV
to the Csastitwtiea ef the
State ef KsWaskm, ss hereinafter
set forth to fall, is raBasitte to
the electors sf the State ef lfe
Braaka, to he vretoil apea at the
general eleetian to Be held Taaeiaj,
nTesemtor 4, A. D. 1902. .
A Joist Keolation proposing to anion J section
oae of Article fifteen, of the ('onstitatioa of
the Bt&te of Nebraska, relative to the manner
of Babmittins and adopting amendments to
tne Constitution of the state of Nebraska.
Be it Retoioed and Enacted by the Legislature
of the State of Nebraska:
8kction 1. That section one of Article fifteen
of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be
amended to read as follows:
Section L. Either branch of the legislature
may propose amendments to this Constitution,
aad if the same be agreed to by three-fifths of the
members elected to each house, each proposed
amendments shall be entered oa the Journals,
with the yeas aad nays, aad published at least
oaee each week is at least one newspaper ia each
eoaaty where a newspaper is published, for
thirty days immediately precedias the next ejec
tion of senators aad representatives, at which
election the aame shall be submitted to the elec
tors for approval or rejection, aad if a majority
of the electors voting at such election on such
proposed amendment, shall vote to adopt such
amendment, the same shall become a part of this
Coaatttatioa. When more thaa oae amendment
! abmittedat the aame election, they shall be
ao anbadtted as to enable the electors to vote oa
each amendment separately.
All ballots used at sack election on such
amendment or amendments shall have written
or printed thereon the followinc: For proposed
amendment to the Constitatioa relating to (here
insert the subject of the amendment) and. against
proposed, amendment to the Constitution relat
iag to (hen iasert the subject of the amendment)
aad the tow of each elector voting on snob
aaMadawator amendments shall be designated
hfthw elector by making a cross with a pea or
aeaeU la a elreleor sqaare to bo placed at the
risst of the lines the words "For or Against" the
proposed amendments, as he shall desire to rote
thereon, or by indicating his preference. on a
tombs maehlae when such machine is la use.
I.Oeo. W. Marsh, secretary of state of the state
of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the foregoing
proposed ameadmeat to the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska ia a trae aad correct copy of
the original enrolled ami engrossed bill, as
by the Twenty-seventh session of the leg.
iaktare of the State of Nebraska, aa appears
from said original billon file in thia ogee, aad
that mid proposed amendment is submitted to
tks qualified voters of the state of Nebraska for
their adoption or rejection at the gencmi else.
(foe to to W4 os Taeaday the th day of No.
vaewpy, a., ft. tap,
la testimony vhateof. I have hereunto set my
the great seal of the state of
Das at Liaeobi this 23d day of July. In the
of ear fcord Qae Taoaawd Nine Bandied
sad Two. of the ledanaadeaae of the United
Stats the Csm Hnadsad aad Tweaty-seveata,
aad of this stale the Thirty-sixth.
GEO. W. M AK8H,
SB.J iimsSMJ St 8ttto
INFORMATION ON fcVfcRYTHING EVERYWHERE
year in advance, and one of
these $12.00 Atlases.
Come in and carry one of
these books home with you.
Wheat, old 583
Wheat, spring 48
Corn, ahelledipTbasBel . . . 42
Oats, old rboshel 30
Oats, new bushel 22
Bye r bushel 33
Hogs-? ewt 5 756 6 25
Fat steers V ewt 2 50 4 00
Fsteows ip? ewt 3 00 4 00
Stock steers ewt 3 00 4 00
Potatoes V baste m 30
Bnttor V IV. 146 16
Eggs dosen. 126
Markets corrected every Taeaday af
ternoon. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Oafce at Lincoln. Nebr.,
HJOTICE is hereby given that the following
Jkim named settler haa Med notice of her inten
tion to make anal proof in support or her claim,
and that said proof will be made before clerk of
the district court at Colamban, Nebr., an Aug.
23, IKK. viz: Mary Drozd. for the nw XM7-3w.
M. E. KiSt.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her cor-Uauous resilience upon end cultivation
of. said land, viz: Frank Bok. Feter Leas. John
KoHhiba aad Andrew Moskeck, sll of Duncan,
Any pemMrwho desires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of aay
substantial reason, under the law aad the regu
lations or the Interior Department, why such
proof should not be allowed, will be given an
opportunity at the above mentioned time and
place to cross examine the witnesses oi
claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal of
that submitted by claimant.
W. A. GREEN,
ONT FORGET that I have for
sale, eggs for setting, so thst
you can raise yonr own barred
or Baft Plymouth Rocks, Silver-
laced White Wyandottes, Partridge aad
Buff Cochin and Cornish Indian Oaaass,
by baying the eggs of me.
gyi sm also agent for the Humphrey
A Sons' bone-cutter, five different sizes.
See me, or write me before buying.
12mch4 Columbus, Nebr.
. C. CASSIN,
rsoraiKToa or tax
OntaaA Hctvt .ahrkel
Same and Fish in Season.
Hides aad Tallow.
prices paid for
J. M. CURTIS
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Also doee type-writing and
will eerefslly attend to sll
the business intrusted to him.
V Would respectfaUy solicit a share
of yoar basiaess.
tat door to
Every tails ia air line
aad everythiag gaaraateew.
Waeoas Made t rfcr.
Best aerse-MaeeiNg in the
A flue line ef Buggies,
HTI am agent for the old reliable
Columbus Buggy Company, of Colum
bus, Ohio, which is a sufficient guaran
tee of strictly Grot-class goods.
or south of Chicago ask your local
ticket agent to route you between Omaha
snd Chicago via the
the shortest line between the two cities
Trains via this popular road depart
from the Union depot, Omaha, daily,
connecting with trains from the west.
Magnificently equipped trains, palace
sleepers and free reclining chair cars.
Dining cars and buffet, library and
smoking cars. AU trains lighted by
electricity. For full information about
rates, etc., address
F. A. Nash,
General Western Agent, 1504 Fares)
II. W. Howaxb,
Trav. Freight and Pass. Agt.
5 News from all of the world-Well
a written, origin 1 stnrien Answers to
Ioaerien-Articl on Uftllh, the Home,
New Monks, ami ixi Work About the
Farm and Harden.
1 1 Ink j Iilir Owi
Is a member of tho Aoristed Press, the 5
only Wentera Newwttier rereivias the 3
entire telwraphic news service of the S
New York Sun aad pecial cable of the 3
Nw Xwk World 'Uily reports from s
river 2,rtV special corresDoadeata S
thrnna-hont the coantrr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
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